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Out of Fix?
'Phone your grocer or
druggist for a dozen bottles
of this delicious digestant,-a glass
with meals gives delightful relief, or
no charge for the first dozen used.
PURE DIGESTIVE AROMATICS WITH
SIIIVAR MINERAL WATER AND GINGER
Nothing like it for renovating old
worn-out stomachs. converting food
into rich blood and sound flesh.
Bottled and guaranteed by the cele
brated Shivar Mineral Spring, Shel.
toni, S. C. ' If your regular dealer
canlnot Supply You telephone
DIXIE FOIAUI & (IMIN (40.
Distribulors for laurens.
Dr. Carters K. & B. Tea
Makes Fine Laxative Syrup
Make It at Home ind Save About
$1.50-Childrn iawn to Take It.
Full Directions With Ech 30-Cent Packago
For a real tonic and blood purifier,take
a teaspoonful every night or every other
night for at leat three weeks.
DON'T NEGLECT A
Go after it with Sloan's
Liniment before it gets
Apply a little, don't rub, let it pene
trate, and-good-by twinge! Same for
external aches, pans, strains, stiffness
of joints or muscles, lameness, bruises.
Instant relief without mussiness or
soiled clothing. Reliable-the biggest
selling liniment year after year. Yco
noinical by reason of enormous sales.
Keep a big bottle ready at all times.
Ask your druggist for Sloan's Lini
iment. 35c, 70c, $1.40.
Cardul, the woman's
tonic, helped Mrs. Wel
.11am Eversole, of Hazel
Patch, Ky. Read what
she writes: "I had a
of my health. I was in
bed for weeks, unable to
get up. I had such a
weakness and dIzziness,
. and the pains were
very severe. A friend
told me I had tried every
thing else, why not
Cardul? . .. I did, and
soon saw it was helping
me .. . After 12 bottles,
I am strong and weli."
The Woman's Tonic
Do you feel weak, diz
zy, worn-out? Is yodr
from any Qi the comn
plaints so common to
women? Then why not
give Cardul a trial? It
should surely do for you
what it has done for so
many thousands of other
women who stiffered--It
should help you back to
Ask some lady friend
who has taken Cardul.
She wIfl tell you how it
helped her. Try Cardul.
LIFE AT ITS BEST"
Advantages of Dwelling In Coun
City Man Knows Nothing of the Sweet d
Contentment That 'is the Lot of ,
the Resident sof Rural
Observilng tle inicoiven leers snd
soilnefintes iseomflorts of city life.
0ome 1o the brlethrlenl of th1 (11 11111m11y
1ure's are0 taking a shot lit hii city
dweller. und emlphasizing. thle fortul
nite positIonl of the citizen who (-()n- c
trives to spemi -his life lin some (Itilet I
town of the contitry, says a1 wlter lit
the e t tle I 'ost-Intelitlge'ineer. ''lie
'oill lit I Ii'(le(iiiM tever cii rs 'vh thl- V
er the streevt estrs riitt1 or nlot ; he .44
not concvernled vith the elelrite light
t1ehtitt or ithe wvater. supply, having Is
ellble eiro sn hupis 1i it good
well inl workling orider for et' gency
lse. Ile Is not a1fruld that 0,in 1tH) of s
Is towl's-Illenl wIll I-11n olit. ot ('411liat t
oice and freeze to (It'leath.luse tr1 v
old grote onl the past forty is enpable
of furillshin g hiis fNet shol his sup
Illy of five cords of sawed at( split
wood that lie hauis in his woodshed Ie
c-oine depleted. lie lives nwIay front
the nass, and hIs sialli wants are
not pushed and! cirow(led by the sImail c
wants of hiun'dreds of thousands of c
other people. lie feels that if thelrt
is anythin1g thiat hie really Ineeds that s
he (oes not possess, le Can go out
and procure it an11y morning without
much trotuble, and le Is generally quite
right about it.
Charles M. Morton, of Iadley, N. Y.,
cites the enses of the city and the
country eltizens in it rerent issue <yf
Collier's Weekly. Writes 'Mr. Horton:
The Main who started the back-to
the-ia'ni inovemnint had something!
The ian who shouted "Back to na
ture," said something; The advice was
dire:'ted at city dwellers, of course,
because folks wvho were living out od
the cities alrody did not need it.
lie takes ui11 the case of the $25 a
week married man, who hardly exista
in the city, a1d shows what ie Is ac
comtpillilig lin the country town:
A clerk in the store here gets $25
a week, ownis his own home aid a
boat oin the like and a jitney, goes
hunting in tIlte north woods in tle fall,
IIshes evenings and days elf without
umiiber, pileks be-ries, kills his own
beef inl tle fall, raises hits own pigs,
ha11s a pihtio and a library and a silver
service nind linen, iiodet'n pictures oil
the walls, good rugs oii the floors, ils
slooi furilniture around the roons, twin
beds, a -dog, two cats, a bear rug, low
cellings, plain wall paPer, electric fix
tures-everything, In short, that the
city dweller bus, or watnts, but can't
have-anId lie Is a clerk in a grocery
store at $25 a week. And lie liad tle'st
tiigs when he was getting $18-six
months ago, before lie got a raIse
had more, in fact, because le owlei
n trottiig horse that coull go Sone;
this animal as Iince dIled.
The writer huniseif was beguiled
from the country to the city under the
emIioin belief that the city is the only
place for the ina of ambition who
would go far. lie had brains, In a
mecasure ;lhe hadl money, in a measure,
nd then he tossed the whole thing up
In the air anud miade back for the coun
try, where lie now exists in content
men('t, AndI when one sees city folk
hedeoviled anid harassed anti bepinched
by3 everyv hiuman want, living fromt
hand to mouth, andt worrying leit
some necessity of existence be cut off
by sonie whim of mian or vagary of
fate, one is inclined to give the ar'gu
ment of the country citizen large value
Carnegie Doubly Interested.
One rntore stattue was unveile'd, re
cently, of' the immortal Rtobble Burns,
this time ip Ros-ton. Andrew Carnegie
spent much of hIs holiday time In
Scot land, a11tii dvidled it hetween ded(
Scating free libraries, opening church
Oirgans, andtt unveiling Bur-ns statues.
Ricetinug Mr. Carnegie at a St. Andrewvs
dlinneri in New York, a braw Scot but
recently coie over saidi, "Mr. Car
flegie, I would like' to shako you by
the handi you unveIled a statue of
Robble Biurn's last suimiimer in my home
towni." "Aye," said Mr. Carnegie,
after a pause, "that would hie Mont
rose, the ontly plance I ever had any
thing to do wvith a Burns statue thtat I
didna pay for. On that account I'm
doubly letasedt to meet you."-Chrls
tian Science Monitor.
Prof. Robertson of LouIsville has
publinhed a little book of his own on
the Greek of the New Testament, a
book weighing more than eight pounds
and conttaIning 1,5-10 closely printed
pages. In tihe preftice Prof. Robertson
apologizes for his small linguistic at
tainmients. ie Is not, he says, a spe
einlist in te Semitle tongues, though
he knowvs liebrew tand Aramnie and
cnn mitse f'opu t' andl Salnsriit. Hie
knows Untin., (reek, French. . t'erman
and Antgio-Sax on, bitt beyond those
languages only3 Assyriani. Dutch, Gothie
andi Italiain are to b)4 addtetd to hts
"modest liguistie equipmetnt."
Cement's Adhesion to Iron.
The adhesion of cement to iron that
gives strenigih to relinforcetd conicrete
Ia founid by Vasilesco Karpten toi lit un
like the gluing tefect of mtal'~r oni
bricks. 'i'hie rement does not stick to
the irona E1rmnly, if att all, hut thet ad
heult;: fs given by a gripping of en
closed iron as thie concrete contra~cts
OWEt 110U7SE OF NEW .JEII$EY
P'AM mESS WTi' LL B Y :7 TO 21
nilti cenes f Tun 1it1an Cries for
Reenogitilll. Thought Senie wIllI
Follow Hllus's Exampl11e.
Trenton, N. J.. Feb. 2-1.-Anid scenes
r tumtiul t aild cries for recognition by
lelbers on the floor after two houtrs'
-bitte, the New .Jersey house asse.l
ly late thIs affte.rnooni passed a Col)
roilis "wet" bill, fixing 3 1-2 per
olt alcohol by voltime, which Ia de
lared to be slightly strlonger than
le' 2.75 heer of war-time prohibition
:tys, as the I e.gt l linit for beverages
1 New Jersey. 'I'le bill was agreed
) by wet eloileocrats and wet iit :lI-I
aIs and had the sanction of Governor
dward1. It was preseited to the
oluse in tlt, forit of a voilmliittve sub
lititte for th( Hlarnett I per (en1 bill,
Ii Ih iwa; the Denocratic Ileasiu re,
nd it was as-tsed by a v*ote of' 37 to
Ih' holse after passing the bill
dop(itd a resolution to har try it to t he v
L'(nate for quick actioll there; but Z:
It. sellate had then adjourned for tite
-00k, nothin:tg could be done with it
Wilenxt n il onday, when the Aenate
earing has Ieen arralnged for.
The passage of the bill today was
rompted by the lesire of Attorney
eltnral AleCran to have the measure
n the New .lersey statuti books in
rder to fortify himself in hiIs pro
osed action before the lnited State(s
upreilme court next Mlonday to ulpset
le proh ibition anllldillelt and Ithe
Kidney, liver, bladder and uric acid
troubles are most dangerous be
cause of their insidious attacks.
Heed the first warning they give
that they need attention by taking
The world's standard remedy for these
disorders, will often ward off these dis
eases and strengthen the body against
further attacks. Three sizes, all druggists.
Look for tbe name Gold Modal on every bo%
--d secept no imitation
30x 3%/ Good,
Volstead net; which proceedings (he
1.1has beent directed to instit.ute by Gov
rlor Edwards, who Was elected oi a
:lletictly w t issue.
It Is bellevedi that he sellate will
mass the bill.
is Completely waslied out of Ile systemi b*
the celebrated Shivar .\lineral Water. Pos
iiively guaranteed by miionev.back offer
laste,; (mtle; costs a trifle. I)elivered anv
where by our ltirens Agents, .1. (. ShfieI
& (.o. Phone hiteml.
$ world's hig
In these t
sizes, are af
All that t
Go to this
tires and fc
He has the
-ca Jobhle-Cure Good
.(d Tr ad r ........ -- proof
GA'ALVANIZEID ('OIlRTATI) AND) V Cit131PET1) It.()FIN(
ave two thoulsand two hunAdred (2.200) slhects Corru gated
numbe twenty-nine1f gu1age (inivanlizevl Iloofing inl ", 7, 8 and I0
feet lngths. One thlousand~ four und t (1,-100) sheets V7 Cr-iwnjr
In same lenigthsx. IThis is car tiihat left. factory .an. 21st, expected
anly (Illy. Youl oulght to uis(! oil, Irad~ flendedI N il Ji p tting- onI
lloofing. venid for (.1uci lar.
COLUMBIA SUPPLY COMPANY
_82.3 WEST (;ERVAIS STREET, COLUMBHIA, S. C.
nt With Your
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people. You want paint that not only looks well on your
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the greatest amount of zinc. Without it paint rapidly
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A D A
Contains the highest percentage of ZTNC, mixed in correct proportion with
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LAURENS, S. C.
tring the Goodyearname,not even
Goodyear Cords which equip the
hest-priced cars, embody a higher
lue than do Goodyear Tires in
30x3/2-, and 31x4-inch sizes.
ires owners of Ford, Chevrolet,
well, and other cars taking these
Forded a measure of performance
such as only the world's largest
devoted to these sizes can supply.
his company's experience and
wve accomplished in these tires is
o you now at the nearest Goodyear
Service Station Dealer for these
r Goodyear Heavy Tourist Tubes.
c j1e cavy Tourist Tube', a'r thick, stron:. tubes that
rce casings properly. Why risk a good c sin-:,, with a1
tube? Goodyear I leavy Tow'1 r es'I o; cost lit'tle more
ii119" e Of leSS m rit. 30x hize in water